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THURSDAY, MARCH 2S, 1W7
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MAC0N1AN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Mrs. W. B. McGuire announces
the engagement and approaching
marriage of her. daughter, Marga
ret Adelaide, to Mr. John Warner
Cooper, of Athens, Ga.
The bride-elect, is a graduate of.
the Woman's college, of the Uni
versity of North Carolina at Greens
boro, where she majored in music,
Since graduation, Miss McGuire
has been engaged in teaching pub
lic school music in Charlotte pub
lic schools and later in private
teaching in Franklin.
Mr. Cooper,-is a graduate of the
school of Forestry of the Univer
sity of Georgia, at Athens,, Ga. He
is now located in Cleveland, Tenn.,
as ranger in the Cherokee National
Forest, and was at one time locat
ed in Franklin.
Miss. Louise Gray and James
Lewis Hamrick were quietly mar
ried at the home of the "bride an
Sunday, March 14.
Mrs. Hamrick is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Gray,
of ' Raleigh. The' Grays are widely
known in Macon county, this being
Mr. Gray's former home.
MR. AND. MRS. SHOPE
GIVE BUNCO PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Shope en
tprtainpd with a Bunco party on
Wednesday evening of the past
week, at their home on the Geor
gia road, complimentary to Mrs.
Shopes sjster, Miss Amy Mae
Harrison, of Jacksonville, Fla,
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Carson won
high score prize, while Miss Kate
Shope and L. A. Ross won the
low score prize.
Those enjoying the evening be
sides the hanoree were1 Mr. and
Mrs. R. I). Carson, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse E. Shope, Miss Kate Shope,
Miss Ruth Slagle, Lawrence Pat-,
ton, L. A. Ross and James Wurst. .
MACON COUNTY TEACHERS
GO TO CULLOWHEE
Among the Macon county teach
ers going to Western Carolina
Teachers college., at Culbwhee to.
take the spring course are Mrs.
Charles Stewart, Mrs.' Claude Brad-
ley, Miss Myrtle Vinson, Miss
Onnie Cabe, Miss Blanche Vinson,
Miss Pauline Cabe and Miss Bea
trice Mo'zeley, of Otto; Mrs. '. Ned
Teague, of Prentiss; Mrs. Myrtle
Keener, of Gneiss; S. J. Smith, of
Burningtown; Mj-s. Lewis' Moses,
of Higdonville; Miss Mattie Wilkes,
Mls Mry Straine, and Mr. Pearl
Phillip Ward, of Franklin.
' . . . i
Mrs. Blackburn W. Johnson and
Mrs. R. 5. Jones returned to their
homes here Saturday after spend
ing two weeks in Tampa and other
points in Florida. They were ac
companied on their, return by "Mrs.
George A. Jones and, Mrs. J. S.
Sloan, who spent the past two
months in Tampa.
. Jack Ramey, of Enka, spent the
first of the week visiting his par
ents, at Prentiss. .
. , Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Beshears
and daughter, Leeida, spent the
week-end in Huntsville, 'Ala., with
Mr. Beshears' father, A. J. Be
shears,, returning to their home
here Sunday night.. ' .
.Miss Amy -Mae Harrison return
ed to her home in Jacksonville,
Fla., Friday, after spending ten
days here with her- sister, Mrs.
Lake Shope, at her home on the
Georgia road and her father, Ben
Harrison, at his home on Hkrrison
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Smith and
family, of Clover, S. G, spent the
Week-end here with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. McGaha at their
homes on Burningtown.
G. Lyle Jones . and son, George,
of Asheville, were here Monday
Mr. C. C. Cunningham, left Fri
day morning for Rich Square,
where she will spend several days
with her daughter, Mrs. Robert
Cunningham, who is ill.
Mrs. Florence, Sutton and son,
Lester Ray, of Gastonia, spent the
week-end here with Mrs. Hyacinth
Roper and with Mr. Ray's grand
parents, Mr. and MpsJ. R. Ray,
at their home atWest's Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cansler, of
Pisgah Forest, spent the week-end
on Iotla with Mrs. Cansler's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greenwood,
of Lafayette, Ga., spent the week
end here with their aunt, Miss
Lassie Kelly and Mrs. Greenwood's
mother, Mrs. Erwin Patton, at her
home on Cartoogechaye. ,
Mrs. A. S. Solesbee left Sunday
for Murphy, where she will spend
several days with her daughter,
Mrs. Robert Reid.
Mrs. Goldie Waldroop returned
to her home on Franklin Route 1,
Monday after spending the week
end in Forest City visiting rela
tives and friends.
, J. J. Moore, who is running a
printing shop at Spindale, spent
the week-end here with his family.
On his return he was accompanied
by hjis wife and son, who will make
their home in Spindale.
Miss Elizabeth Dowdle and Miss
Margaret Franks, "who are teach
ing school at Kannnpolii, ipent the
week-end here with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dowdle and
Mrs. Eloise ! G. Franks, returning
to their school Sunday.
John R. Faison returned Monday
from Newnan, Ga!, where he spent
the week-end with friends.
Grover Lewis spent the week-end
with friends in Forest City, return
ing to his home here Monday.
. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shope and
Miss Ruth Slagle spent Saturday
afternoon in Asheville shopping.
Miss Leila Gray, of Raleigh, who
is attending Western Carolina
Teachers college, at Cullowhee, is
spending the spring , holidays with
her aunt, Mrs. H. C. Hurst, on
Rev. J. A. Flanagan and J. E.
Lancaster spent Tuesday in Ashe
ville on business.
Dock Sellers, of Prentiss, went
to Asheville Monday to attend the
funeral of his daughter, Mrs. J.
Bruce! Gordon, the former Miss
Mary Louise Sellers, who was in
jured in an automobile accident
near Asheville Thursday night and
died in an Asheville hospital Sun
day morning. . .
Mrs. T. J. McGuire, of Cullasaja,
was here Tuesday shopping.
Miss Mildred Moore left Sunday
for Raleigh where she will spend
two weeks on business.
(Continued on Page Eight)
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
Matinee Every, Day at 3:30 P. M.
NSrht Shows 7 and 9 P. M.
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
SATURDAY, MARCH 27
JOHNNIE MACK BROWN In
"BAR Z BAD MEN" -
Added Attraction. "Dick Tracy'
No. 2 and "Sheik 'To Sheik"
MON.-TUE, MAR. 29-30
with A r.AST OF SO STARS
Including: William Powell, Myrna
Loy, Luin Ramer, r rank Morgan,
Fannie Brice and Virginia Bruce.
The freatest show ever produced
on stage or screen. Nothing like it
ever before Because of added ex
pense in securing, this great picture
there will be a slight increase in
Also Cartoon "Pup's Picnic"
WEDNESDAY ONLY, MAR. 31
"A DOCTOR'S DIARY"
With George Bancroft, Helen Bur
gess, John Trent, and Ruth
Added Treats Paramount New,
(If Mrs. H. T. Horsley presents
this clipping she will be admitted
to the above program.)
THURSDAY ONLY, APRIL 1
"MURDER GOES TO
Starring Roscoe Karns, Lynn Over
man, Marsha' Hunt, Buster Crabbe.
A hilarious comedy .with added
Short Subjects "Wiacky Family",
"See Uncle Sol"
(Mrs. J. D. Franks will be ad
mitted to the above program).
. - FRIDAY ONLY, APRIL 2
Joan Crawford and Clark Gable in
"LOVE ON THE RUN"
With Franchot Tone, Reginald
Owen eind Miona Barrie
. Careering romance, speedy action,
and swift adventure with '''LOVE
ON THE RUN."
Short Units "MiQk and Money",
and George Hall and Orchestra
(With the above clipping Mr,s. W.
T. Sheffield, Rainbow Springs will
be admitted to any picture during
WATCH FOR YOUR NAME.
,v IT MAY BE NEXT '
Notice. - Beginning Mon
idaVr April 5, our night
shows will start at 7:30.
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